Artist’s Curriculum Vitae


Antonis Kyriakoulis was born in Athens in 1938.
He began his studies at the Anargyrio and Korialeio School of Spetses.
In 1960-64 he attended graphic arts classes at the Doxiadis School, next to the engraver A. Tasso. In 1964-65 and from 1966 to April 1967, he completed his studies at the London College of Printing in London. After his return to Greece, he turned to painting as a career.
In 1971 he had his first solo exhibition at the Fondazione Europa in Milan, for which Mondo Giovine magazine devoted a special issue to him.
From 1972 onwards, he was systematically involved in stage design and costume design.
He has collaborated with all the state theatres and the National Opera, of which he was a member of the Board of Directors during the period 1983-85, as well as with companies of the independent theatre.
He has had 38 exhibitions and has released series of utilitarian art objects.